Art InSpire vol. 1 exhibition opened in the lobby of myhive Warsaw Spire. It is a cyclical project scheduled for a period of one year, which IMMOFINANZ - the owner of the tower is implementing together with the Galeria Przechodnia Foundation. As part of the first edition, which can be admired until the end of September, a total of 40 paintings by 22 artists were exhibited in the area of over 2,500 sqm of the lobby. In the presented works, you can see modern forms, futurism, expression, symbolism, psychology as well as emotions. During the yesterday's opening of the exhibition, artists, people from the world of art and culture as well as representatives of the tenants of the myhive buildings in Warsaw were present.
The Art InSpire exhibition located in the lobby of myhive Warsaw Spire is free of charge and available to every art lover. In the first edition, the group of artists exhibiting their works included: Waldemar Borowski, Kamila Czosnyk, Anna Danikowska, Martyna Domozych, Alina Hejna, Dariusz Kamys, Monika Ewa Wójtowicz (Karmica), Magdalena Król, Anna Kossakowska, Filip Kurzewski, Magdalena Limbach, Agnieszka Litwin, Sylwia Łyczko-Zielony, Anna Merska-Mitan, Edyta Mądzelewska, Krzysztof Rodak, Jacek Rosłon, Agata Sztyber, Arkadiusz Świderski, Beata Walczak, Paweł Zakrzewski and Beata Zdankiewicz.
The second edition of the project is scheduled to start, with new paintings and artists, from October 1st.
Art InSpire is the most spectacular, but not the first, contact of the myhive brand with broadly understood art. As part of community management activities – those dedicated to the tenants of myhive buildings, a series of exceptionally popular concerts "myhive music club" is organized, during which regular performances by talented artists such as Maria Tyszkiewicz, Artur Chamski and Jerzy Grzechnik are organized. What's more, tenants can also actively participate in painting workshops led by Paweł Korab Kowalski, during which they learn drawing techniques, recreating the most famous works of Picasso, Miro and Chagall.